The bases were loaded in the eighth inning with the Spikes losing 3-1.
Center fielder Barrett Barnes stepped up to the plate.
He grounded out into a double play.
Not long after, manager Dave Turgeon was ejected from the game in the eighth inning.
D.J. Crumlich then stepped up to bat, and hit a two-run single for the Spikes, tying up the game, 3-3.
The Spikes fell to the Mahoning Valley Scrappers - an affiliate of the Cleveland Indians - in the first game of their mini-series Tuesday night at Eastwood Field in Niles, OH, with a score of 7-3.
The first time the Spikes played the Scrappers, they swept the series. In their second meeting, the Scrappers swept the Spikes.
The Scrappers started off strong in the first inning, scoring the first run.
They followed up in the fifth inning with another run, bringing the score to 2-0.
In the top of the sixth inning Barnes, stepped up to the plate with two outs.
He crushed the ball into left field for his fourth home run of the season, three of which have been on the road.
After hitting his first home run at home last game against the Brooklyn Cyclones on Monday night, this home run is a good sign for the young player from Texas.
The dramatic eighth inning for the Spikes was followed by a huge inning for the Scrappers, who put four runs up on the scoreboard, leaving the final score at 7-3.
The Spikes will play game two and final game of the mini-series against the Scrappers Wednesday night.